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The Self as Centre in the Emerging World of the Twenty-first Century: A Sino-Indian Perspective

Mohanty, Manoranjan

China Report, 02/2002, Vol.38(1), pp.1-10 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The Self as Centre in the Emerging World of the Twenty-first Century: A Sino-Indian Perspective
  • Autor: Mohanty, Manoranjan
  • Assuntos: Globalization ; Identity Politics ; Social Identity ; Political Movements ; Plural Societies ; Social Conflict ; Decolonization ; India ; Peoples Republic of China ; Politics; Comparative Politics ; Article
  • É parte de: China Report, 02/2002, Vol.38(1), pp.1-10
  • Descrição: Examines the concept of the "self" in globalization, particularly in 20th-century India & the People's Republic of China. It is argued that the self will challenge international politics that choose to ignore ethnic, cultural, & gender-based groups, noting that the rise of the self is a major component in violent upheaval. India's term for self-rule, swaraj, is considered in the context of colonization, & political, cultural, & diplomatic similarities & differences between India & China are addressed. Identity & recognition of the self are discussed at the national, supranational, & subnational levels, as well as corresponding political contexts. Restructuring of hierarchies to encompass all groups & individuals, enabling recognition of various assertions of the self & reducing violent conflict, is recommended. L. Collins
  • Idioma: Inglês

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